Bread and Roses in Paris
- fanoffrance Mar 3, 2011 06:35 PM
Have any Hounds tried this establishment (two locations), for example for breakfast? It's recommended in last July's Travel + Leisure magazine, but a search on this board turned up nothing.
there are so many fabulous bakeries in Paris that other than a few notable exceptions (Stohrer on Montorgueil, for example) that I can't imagine why you'd cross the city to find one.
Breakfast in Paris is generally croissants and toasted baguettes with coffee and juice...so simple enough that a good breakfast is usually never more than a few hundred metres.
It's good but seriously over-priced -- 16 euros for a slice of quiche + salad? The café/salon du thé caters to a very chic crowd. I believe they use only organic products.